Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Toulouse, FRAC Midi-Pyrénées

Archives : 2020

Archives : 2020

  • Sergio Lombardo, "Personaggio" (détail), 1963 acrylique sur toile, collection Gino di Maggio (Milan) photo © Antonio Maniscalco
From 28 february to 15 november 2020
les Abattoirs
Les Abattoirs is presenting works acquired over a number of years by Gino Di Maggio (born in 1940), an Italian collector who has spent time with and promoted artists who disrupted the international art scene from the 1950s and 60s onwards. This exhibition brings together fifty artists, from Yoko Ono to César, from John Cage to Kazuo Shiraga, from Lee Ufan to Robert Filliou, and from Daniel Spoerri to Ben Vautier, centred around more than one hundred works. Read more
 
  • Laure Prouvost, "Deep See Blue Surrounding You / Vois ce bleu profond te fondre" (extraits), 2019. © Galerie Nathalie Obadia, carlier | gebauer, Lisson Gallery
From 24 January to 20 September 2020
les Abattoirs
Les Abattoirs are pleased to welcome the first stop of Laure Prouvost's touring pavilion for the 58th edition of the Venice Biennial. Read more
 
  • Takesada Matsutani (b. 1937). "Propagation-Pink", 1970, Sérigraphie sur papier offset. Éd. 6/50, 56.3 x 78 cm. Bibliothèque de l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
From 28 february to 25 october 2020
les Abattoirs
Les Abattoirs continue their collaboration with l'Institut national d'histoire de l'art to present a selection of engravings by Takesada Matsutani. Read more
 
From 28 february to 25 october 2020
les Abattoirs
This exhibition highlights recent acquisitions and deposits, in particular of works by women artists, in the historical collection. Read more
 
  • © Béatrice Utrilla, "Les séductrices", 2020
From 28 february to 1 june 2020
Resource Centre of les Abattoirs - Free entry
The Resource Centre offers, as a continuation of the feminist exhibitions developed by the Abattoirs, a new presentation of the collection of books by women artists from her collection and invites Béatrice Utrilla for a reflection on the image of the feminine and the question of gender. On this occasion, the artist produces a series of new works which will be accompanied by the editions and posters of the Guerrilla Girls. Read more